Call for Entries for all currently enrolled Pacific students—
UNITY - a juried student art exhibition
This student exhibition will be focusing on the theme of unity. Unity is the state of being united into one. Consider: What does unity mean to you? What unites us as humans--what is universal? How can we achieve unity? What is the relationship between unity and diversity? The subject of your piece must include a figure in some way, as we look into this idea of our unity as human beings.
To submit work to this upcoming exhibition, you must be currently enrolled at University of the Pacific. All students are invited to participate, and the upper-level Life Drawing students will jury the exhibit. The work will be exhibited in the Reynolds Gallery on the Stockton campus, December 3 - 11, 2015; all media will be accepted, but anything submitted must be ready to hang or be displayed.
To enter work into this exhibit, please fill out and submit entry forms, which are available at the DeRosa University Center front desk.
Revolution: A Student Juried Exhibition
The Fall 2013 gallery schedule concluded with Revolution, a student juried exhibition presented by Senior Studio Art class. The exhibition of student works were on display in the Reynolds Gallery, November 11 - December 4, 2013. As in previous years, all students enrolled at Pacific were eligible to submit work for this juried exhibition. Both art majors and non-art majors were encouraged to visually interpret their personal definition of the theme and participate in this gallery event.
From the student curators:
Based on craftsmanship, completeness, originality and connection to the theme, Jurors Maurelle Bagus, Liliana Nunez, Makana Livermore and Morgan Andre chose the following cash award winners in three categories. The award for 2-Dimensional work, Independence by Evelyn Wong, 3-Dimensional award for World's Colliding, by Alexis Ortega and Lea Imutan and the video award to Sheng Moua for her video, Star.
Alexis Ortega and Lea Imutan
Metamorphosis: A Juried Student Art Exhibition
Pacific seniors from Visual Arts Department, Studio Seminar class, juried and curated an exhibition of student works displayed in the Reynolds Gallery, November 26 - December 7, 2012. Using the themed title of Metamorphosis, all students enrolled at the University of the Pacific were eligible and encouraged to participate. The exhibition Metamorphosis was divided into three categories with an award given to the art and artist who best represented the theme per category. During the November 30th reception, the winners were announced. The artists won a cash award for their work.
Berenice Calvario's As One was the winner of the two-dimensional work category. Berenice explains that in her piece:
"The forms are changed physically, and the substance of each figure is different from the other. Each figure is converted from one element of form; earth, water, fire, to another while still holding the theme of formality."
In the three-dimensional category, Liliana Nunez's Tanked was the best example of original and creative work. Her sculpture is a "complete transformation of a fish bowl," made entirely of recycled computer parts.
Sheng Moua's video entitled Between Man and Nature, was the winner of the video art category. The one and a half minute stop-motion animation illustrates the story of nature taking over a house in the woods and forcing a man back into his surroundings and to recreate a relationship with the forest around him.
To see more images from Metamorphosis exhibition, visit the gallery facebook page.
Expose: Student Juried Exhibition
The Reynolds Gallery closed their 2011 calendar with Expose: A student juried exhibition. Open to all enrolled Pacific students, this juried competition ran from November 30 through December 14, 2011. Two students were announced as recipients of cash prizes for their work. Paige Logsdon was awarded for her painting Past, Present and Future and Eric Koester for his short video, Escape to the Universe.
In Dialogue with Ansel Adams
The Reynolds Gallery's juried exhibition, In Dialogue with Ansel Adams, was conceived in conjunction with the world premiere of Ansel Adams: America, a new piece for orchestra by Pacific alumnus Dave Brubeck and his son, Chris Brubeck. Over 40 artists submitted work; ten were chosen for the show. From March 2- April 10, 2009, photography by Nan Brown, Jack Davis, Jane Delaney, Ursula Esser, Susan Hartzell, Terry Nathan, Chris Schiller, John Smith, and the team of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe hung in the gallery alongside Ansel Adams prints generously loaned to the gallery by Adams's granddaughter, Alison Jaques.